Momo Wilms-Crowe is a recent graduate from the University of Oregon, eager to return home to her desert roots in Tucson. She is deeply passionate about social justice and grassroots community organizing and believes food has the radical power to change the world as it connects us to our bodies, our land, and each other. She wrote her honors thesis on queer agroecology collectives in Puerto Rico and is dedicated to continue learning about the role of food and land in decolonization efforts, transformative justice, and movements for change. She currently organizes with Community Alliance for Global Justice as the co-chair of their Food Justice Project and has designed food justice curriculum for youth and adults in the Pacific Northwest. She is overjoyed to get her hands in new soil, plant seeds of hope in new ground, dance under a new sun, eat lots of fresh tortillas, and work with the amazing Tucson community that she so deeply loves!